Ralph Nader and Dan Arel wrote interesting articles which are currently published in Common Dreams pointing out that Bernie Sanders has effectively started a progressive movement that may fractionalize the democratic party with the heaviest push for change coming from the populace who have the most to lose, the Millennials ...
[Ralph Nader] " The energetic Sanders supporters, including the Millennials who voted so heavily for Bernie, could form a New Progressive movement to exercise a policy pull on the establishment Democrats before November and to be a growing magnet after November with the objective of taking over the Democratic Party starting with winning local elections. This will have long-term benefits for our country."
[Dan Arel] "Win or lose, Sanders opened the floodgates that will lead to the toppling of the establishment party that is fighting tooth and nail to crown Clinton as president. Clinton and her allies in congress should be shaking. Their days in office are numbered."
The emphasis is a growing trend of realizations that democracy is a failed experiment in developing a free society, riddled with flaws, which we call corruption. Bernie Sanders has given the have nots a voice and a powerful base from which to build its own party.
Ralph Nader, Ross Perot, and Ron Paul are a few of the notables who have tried and failed to run as progressives, not because they tried, but because the people failed to see the trends of democracy, and although many still pledge their allegiance to the very people who will once again oppress them, many more are rising up against the establishment politic, in favor of what democracy was supposed to accomplish, and what will replace its failures, socialism.
Let us also not forget that back in 2008 Hillary had a large super delegate lead over candidate Obama, but when it became clear that Obama had a stronger likelihood of becoming the nominee, the super delegates switched their vote; so, it is not yet time to crown Hillary President and Thief until all the votes are in.